Keep Christ in Christmas Art Contest 2019
The award ceremony in Dyker Heights, Jan. 22
DYKER HEIGHTS — More than 400 entries poured into The Tablet’s newspaper offices competing for a winning spot in The Tablet’s annual Keep Christ in Christmas art contest. Students submitted colorful pieces of artwork from Catholic academies, high schools and churches from around the diocese.
Bringing the Christmas art contest to life for the 12th consecutive year, the Tablet worked with the Archbishop John Hughes Knights of Columbus Council No. 481. The contest challenged students to think about a passage from the Book of Deuteronomy about caring for the stranger, and incorporate the theme into their artwork…
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